We’ve curated a few sets for the Arcade Shawl by Katinka Designs. This shawl uses 2 skeins of a tonal colorway and 1 skein of speckled variegated for the speckled variegated we chose Unicorns Unite and paired it with a few of our grey tonals.
Pattern available here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/arcade-shawl
Sample knit by Free Deshilds Instagram: https://instagram.com/butterfly.bespoke?utm_medium=copy_link
Dyed To Order
Processing Time: 7-14 Days
1 Unicorns Unite & Yin
2 Unicorns Unite & Yang
3 Unicorns Unite & Silver Lining
4 Unicorns Unite & Smudge Smoke
4-ply Fingering Weight
75% Superwash Merino 25% Nylon
463 yards/100 grams
Each skein is handdyed my me! It is unique and may not look exactly like the skein pictured.Tonal colorways can have light and dark highlights of one color. It is not a solid color, there may be variegation in each skein. Some skeins may have more light or dark sections. Depending on the dye technique there can also be some speckling or freckling where the dye concentrates in one area. This is a normal part of the hand dyed process.
Due to variations in between dye lots I ask that you purchase all the yarn you need for a project at one time. I try my best to be consistent across batches but no two skeins will ever be identical.
Hand washing is highly recommended although Superwash is machine washable on gentle with wool wash. Lay flat to dry.
Bleeding or color transfer can occur. This is a normal part of the dye process and mostly happens with blues, teals, hot pinks and some browns but can occur with any very dark and saturated colors as well. Every effort has been made to ensure that this yarn does not bleed. All yarn is set and rinsed although you may or may not see color exhaust in the water during your first wash but nothing thereafter. This is common with most hand dyed yarns and again, hand washing is strongly suggested to maintain the color and quality of your finished piece.
Unless it is ready to ship the yarn shown is just a sample of the colorway. Colors may vary slightly from the picture, due to lighting conditions, camera calibration and your computer monitor settings.